A Queen In The Kitchen Ep.#4 : Crema Di Mascarpone (Mascarpone Cream)

Did you know that Mascarpone cheese is rich in vitamin A, important for eye health and the skin growth processes? Mascarpone cheese is a traditional sweet and creamy Italian cheese originated in the city of Lodi, southwest of Milan (Italy). The name derives from the word mascherpa, that in Milanese dialect refers to a low-fat ricotta. In the […]

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Earthquake In Italy

On August 23rd 2016, an earthquake 6.2 magnitude stroke central Italy killing over 250 people. In Amatrice (the city where the famous Spaghetti all’Amatriciana dish came from), the buildings collapsed and the little historic town was left in ruins. In order to help the people affected by the #earthquakeinitaly , I’ll be donating $2 for every copy […]

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A Queen In The Kitchen Episode #3 : Polpette Della Nonna (Grandma’s Meatballs)

Spaghetti & meatballs is the most famous “Italian” dish  outside of Italy, but in Italy POLPETTE (meatballs) are served on their own as a SECONDO (main course). Polpette are ground meat balls, flavored with other ingredients such as ham and mortadella, seasoned with different spices, coated in breadcrumbs and fried. Follow the new episode of […]

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A Queen In The Kitchen Episode #2 : Risotto Giallo Alla Milanese (Milanese Risotto)

A Queen In The Kitchen Episode #2 : Risotto Giallo Alla Milanese (Milanese Risotto) is now on You Tube and Vimeo. Risotto giallo alla Milanese is a specialty dish of my hometown Milan (Italy), traditionally made with beef stock, raw bone marrow, butter, onion, Parmigiano Reggiano cheese, flavored and colored with saffron. The best varieties […]

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Happy National Book Lovers Day!

Reading is food for your brain and for your soul. Reading makes you travel without moving. Books are good friends. Let’s read more. Ale Gambini Photo by Mirko “Mirakle” Urania As a voracious reader and book author, I wish ‪to all the readers out there HAPPY NATIONAL LOVERS DAY!!! #NationalBookLoversDay Here are the links to learn more […]

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